COMMUNITY NEWS AND EVENTS
Beginner Piano Lessons
Guiding is a place where girls can be girls and in a safe and positive environment they can:
- Learn new life skills
- Build their confidence
- Contribute to their communities
- Form friendships
- And so on
Our non-competitive learning environment is open-minded and values based. It's a supportive place to grow
confident, adventurous girls who are ready to be tomorrow's leaders.
After-school Junior Chess
Wednesdays 3.30-5pm @ St Bernard's School, Taft St, Brooklyn
All abilities welcome, Ages 8-12.
Try your first session free - $75 per term
First session Wed 11 Feb.
Run by Mark Van Der Hoorn, a Wellington chess champion who runs school groups across the City and the Ridgway chess groups.
To enrol or enquire, please contact Ivan - firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 417 025
Guitar, Ukulele, Bass Guitar, and Singing lessons are available with
music tutor Andrew McPartlin.
The lessons are held at school starting on Thursday the 14th of February
and the cost is $11 per session.
Contact email@example.com or 0210323659 for bookings or more
BROOKLYN PIPPINSWe are currently looking for new girls to join our group. Pippins is a part of the Girl Guide movement and is for girls aged 5 to 7 years old. We meet on a Monday night from 6pm to 7pm at the Reformed Church on Harrison Road Brooklyn. Each night is something different and includes a wide range of activities, learning points, skills and collecting of badges. If your interested or would like to know more contact Madi on 0276622104 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GirlGuiding New Zealand enables girls and young women to develop their full potential and make a difference in the world.
Join the challenge to have fun….at Pippins, Brownies or Guides
Being a member of GirlGuiding NZ is a very popular choice for 5 -19 year old girls and it is great to be able to offer the opportunity to more girls to join our units in Brooklyn on a Monday night in school terms.
Guiding is about learning, developing self-confidence, making new friends and, of course, having lots of fun.
Encouraging young people to make their own decisions and to explore the world around them, since July 1909
Try something new. Boys and Girls from 5 ½ years old up to 18 years are welcome. First month free, come and have a look, 24 Harrison Street